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Thanks for having me in this community of carpet cleaning business knowledge. I look forward to contributing to it.
Hi scott looking to get a sump pump to drain the water from rug pit can you help please my rug pit not very deep 5 cm deep Thank You
Scott W
Scott W
Hi Chris, we have some sump pumps for sale, but for rather shallow rug pits, your best deal is probably going to be at Home Depot or Lowe's. Should be able to get a good one for around $150 - $175. Get one the can draw water down to the last fraction of an inch and has a screen or other protection so trash does not get sucked in.
Scott W
Scott W
Here is the link for the rug pit tiles - https://interlinksupply.com/index.php?item_num=AC310

If you attend one of the Hands-On Rug washing classes that Doug Heiferman and I do, we sell the tiles that have been sued for 3 days of class fro about 15% off new price.
Chris kato
Thank You unfortunately I live in London / UK and there is no home depot here
what is the difference between tile master and grout master. took the class on tmf and am ready to start cleaning, now I need to purchase cleaning products.
Please help. My Performer 405 loses suction for about 30 minutes and then it slowly comes back. It has happened now about 3 times, but only on larger jobs of 4-5 rooms or more. It will be going fine, and then over the span of about 1 minute, the suction goes from full to almost nothing. I empty the tank, check the seals, clean the inline filter, and no change. Each time, I've had to wait about 30 minutes for it.